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chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
Hooked everything up, inflated the bag, practiced pulling it down. Pulled the bag back off, being careful to keep it closed and preserve the pure nitrogen inside, then held it up to my nose and mouth. Exhaled completely and then breathed from the bag until right before I passed out. It was a very pleasant feeling. No feeling of suffocation or oxygen deprivation, just dizzy and tingly all over, mild euphoria, and things started fading to black. After I took the bag away from my face, I breathed fast to restore oxygen to my lungs. I felt pins and needles all over for about a minute, then it was back to normal.

So I'm all ready. It feels like it's getting closer and closer.
 
chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
Not yet. If for no other reason, I still have some things I need to take care of. Making sure legal matters like will and power of attorney are dealt with, the documentation I spoke about previously getting into the right hands, deleting my huge repository of porn. lol
 
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Elaina

Member
May 16, 2018
96
Hooked everything up, inflated the bag, practiced pulling it down. Pulled the bag back off, being careful to keep it closed and preserve the pure nitrogen inside, then held it up to my nose and mouth. Exhaled completely and then breathed from the bag until right before I passed out. It was a very pleasant feeling. No feeling of suffocation or oxygen deprivation, just dizzy and tingly all over, mild euphoria, and things started fading to black. After I took the bag away from my face, I breathed fast to restore oxygen to my lungs. I felt pins and needles all over for about a minute, then it was back to normal.

So I'm all ready. It feels like it's getting closer and closer.
Is there a site that explains how to do this? I don't get how you do this method
 
chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
Look in the resources section, and check out 5 Last Acts, the Peaceful Pill eHandbook, and Final Exit. They all have information about inert gas. It doesn't matter if you use helium or nitrogen, so if it mentions one, you can just as easily use the other.
 
El Topo

El Topo

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Apr 21, 2018
478
Hooked everything up, inflated the bag, practiced pulling it down. Pulled the bag back off, being careful to keep it closed and preserve the pure nitrogen inside, then held it up to my nose and mouth. Exhaled completely and then breathed from the bag until right before I passed out. It was a very pleasant feeling. No feeling of suffocation or oxygen deprivation, just dizzy and tingly all over, mild euphoria, and things started fading to black. After I took the bag away from my face, I breathed fast to restore oxygen to my lungs. I felt pins and needles all over for about a minute, then it was back to normal.

So I'm all ready. It feels like it's getting closer and closer.

I already have N, but I'm seriously considering using this method instead. Unlike a medication overdose, nitrogen has a 100% success rate if done correctly and kills you in 10 minutes.

How big are the tanks? Can they fit inside a suitcase? (I would have to do it at a hotel.)
 
chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
A 20 cubic foot tank isn't that big or heavy, and that will be plenty to CTB. Here is a link to a 20 cubic foot tank so you can see. It's about 5 inches in diameter and 13 inches long and weighs 14 lbs when empty (probably around 20 when full.) It would easily fit in a suitcase.
 
El Topo

El Topo

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Apr 21, 2018
478
A 20 cubic foot tank isn't that big or heavy, and that will be plenty to CTB. Here is a link to a 20 cubic foot tank so you can see. It's about 5 inches in diameter and 13 inches long and weighs 14 lbs when empty (probably around 20 when full.) It would easily fit in a suitcase.

Awesome, thanks for the link! I could probably manage a 20-pound tank in a rolling suitcase.
 
Sonnenblume

Sonnenblume

Sunflower Panda
Apr 6, 2018
586
A 20 cubic foot tank isn't that big or heavy, and that will be plenty to CTB. Here is a link to a 20 cubic foot tank so you can see. It's about 5 inches in diameter and 13 inches long and weighs 14 lbs when empty (probably around 20 when full.) It would easily fit in a suitcase.

It is big/heavy for a lot of people who are ill and seeking a method, is all I meant.
 
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war-is-lost

Student
Apr 15, 2018
124
Yeah it's not the best method for people with mobility problems or without full use of their hands. It's not the simplest method but it offers a painless quick death.
Are you going to tie your hands behind your back to prevent the removal of the bag after falling unconscious?
 
chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
I'm not planning on it. When pulled off correctly, inert gas asphyxiation can produce reflexive motions in the limbs about 50% of the time, but in all the observations I've read, these weren't conscious attempts to remove the bag. The cases where people panicked and removed the bag were tied to allowing a buildup of carbon dioxide in the bag, which leads to the panic response. If anything, I might sit on my hands, but I really don't think I'll even need to do that.
 
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Aity4883

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Mar 28, 2018
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Hooked everything up, inflated the bag, practiced pulling it down. Pulled the bag back off, being careful to keep it closed and preserve the pure nitrogen inside, then held it up to my nose and mouth. Exhaled completely and then breathed from the bag until right before I passed out. It was a very pleasant feeling. No feeling of suffocation or oxygen deprivation, just dizzy and tingly all over, mild euphoria, and things started fading to black. After I took the bag away from my face, I breathed fast to restore oxygen to my lungs. I felt pins and needles all over for about a minute, then it was back to normal.

So I'm all ready. It feels like it's getting closer and closer.
Lucky
 
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Kfoe!12

the grind
Mar 21, 2018
157
I'm not planning on it. When pulled off correctly, inert gas asphyxiation can produce reflexive motions in the limbs about 50% of the time, but in all the observations I've read, these weren't conscious attempts to remove the bag. The cases where people panicked and removed the bag were tied to allowing a buildup of carbon dioxide in the bag, which leads to the panic response. If anything, I might sit on my hands, but I really don't think I'll even need to do that.

If anyone is scared of taking it off as a reflex, tie your hands up and then put them behind your back (through your feet)
 
blackbile

blackbile

Member
Jun 7, 2018
8
Can I ask where you plan to do this? Or if you're leaving anybody behind? The nitrogen method seems like a very peaceful way to go, I'm sorry you've had to deal with your pain as long as you have.
 
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chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
Can I ask where you plan to do this? Or if you're leaving anybody behind? The nitrogen method seems like a very peaceful way to go, I'm sorry you've had to deal with your pain as long as you have.
I'm either going to do it at home when I'm going to be alone for an extended amount of time, with a system set up to send out an email to 911 (who happens to be my employer, so that works out) after a few hours, or I'm going to get a hotel room.

I'm leaving behind a wife and two boys. And that breaks my heart. I really don't want to CTB but my hand is being forced by an uncaring system that just sees me as a liability to be gotten rid of.
 
El Topo

El Topo

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Apr 21, 2018
478
I'm either going to do it at home when I'm going to be alone for an extended amount of time, with a system set up to send out an email to 911 (who happens to be my employer, so that works out) after a few hours, or I'm going to get a hotel room.

How do you send an email to 911? Does each locality have a separate email address?
 
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Sonnenblume

Sonnenblume

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Apr 6, 2018
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I'm either going to do it at home when I'm going to be alone for an extended amount of time, with a system set up to send out an email to 911 (who happens to be my employer, so that works out) after a few hours, or I'm going to get a hotel room.

I'm leaving behind a wife and two boys. And that breaks my heart. I really don't want to CTB but my hand is being forced by an uncaring system that just sees me as a liability to be gotten rid of.

if you dont mind me asking what scheduled email program are you using?
 
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chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

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May 31, 2018
310
How do you send an email to 911? Does each locality have a separate email address?
Some areas have TXT-to-911 systems, but mine doesn't even have that. I'm not sure about email-to-911. I just have the email addresses of my co-workers because I work there, so it's just because I'm special. lol
 
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I want to end it

Arcanist
Apr 29, 2018
475
Good luck, I hope you are successful and find peace.

As a practical issue, I still don't understand how oxygen doesn't get in as the bag is being pulled over the head. But I have accepted I have a low IQ and can't work these things out.
 
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Sonnenblume

Sonnenblume

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Apr 6, 2018
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Some areas have TXT-to-911 systems, but mine doesn't even have that. I'm not sure about email-to-911. I just have the email addresses of my co-workers because I work there, so it's just because I'm special. lol

Let me know if you get Boomerang working properly would you please? I tested it out and sometimes it'd send emails early, which scares me as my method is reversible.
 
chronicpainnomore

chronicpainnomore

Not Circling the Drain Anymore
May 31, 2018
310
Thanks, but I have no imminent plans to CTB. I'll definitely be letting everyone know first.

There will likely be a small amount of oxygen pulled into the bag as you pull down over your head, and you will also exhale oxygen into the bag because that's just biology. But that's why you have nitrogen flowing at 15 LPM, to flush it out and keep the amount of oxygen in the bag low enough to be lethal.
 
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Sonnenblume

Sonnenblume

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Apr 6, 2018
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How do you send an email to 911? Does each locality have a separate email address?

Where I live, and I'd imagine in most bigger cities there are separate email addresses and non-emergency numbers for different areas. Each police department covers like 3-5 areas.
 
El Topo

El Topo

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Apr 21, 2018
478
Some areas have TXT-to-911 systems, but mine doesn't even have that. I'm not sure about email-to-911. I just have the email addresses of my co-workers because I work there, so it's just because I'm special. lol

lol maybe I can send an email to your coworkers too.

Did you say you live in Georgia? My college roommate was from Marietta so I visited ATL a few times. Loved Wafflehouse and Chick-Fil-A!
 
El Topo

El Topo

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Apr 21, 2018
478
Let me know if you get Boomerang working properly would you please? I tested it out and sometimes it'd send emails early, which scares me as my method is reversible.

How early did it send out the emails?

I've tested Boomerang several times with my Gmail account and it worked accurately each time.
 
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